The replacement for BMW M3 has been seen in camouflage. This is anticipated to go on sale in 2020, a year after the latest BMW Series 3, and will produce almost 500hp.
2020 BMW M3 Styling, Interior
Apart from camouflage packs intended to disguise the shape of the car, some information can be made. Obviously it will have a wider wheel arch than the base BMW 3 Series, and will feature a smooth boot spoiler, carbon fiber roof system, and four large exhausts to distinguish it from low-powered cars with M Sports trim.
2020 BMW M3 will look very aggressive, with a large ‘kidney’ grille and a deep front bumper with sculpted air intakes to help as much air as possible into a powerful engine. The next BMW M3 might borrow style instructions from the special BMW M3 CS edition and hardcore BMW M4 GTS, but must maintain a side profile that is comparable to the current car.
2020 BMW M3 will share many interior parts and designs with the standard BMW Series 3. 3 fast will consist of many Alc trims between stylish, aluminum pedals and excited container seats to make it stand apart from entry-level diesel. Technically, the new BMW M3 will get many safety features including autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assistance, and recognition of speed restrictions.
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2020 BMW M3 Engine, Driving
Rumors recommend the smallest BMW fast sedan will have around 500hp for the first time – it’s 50hp more than the current BMW M3 CS top-topping and 75hp more than BMW M3 outbound. This will utilize the latest variations of the 3.0-liter 3.0-liter straight-twin-turbo engine in existing cars, and will feature adaptive suspension and a 50:50 weight distribution that is ‘perfect’ for stylish handling.
2020 BMW M3 Release Date, Price
The new 2020 BMW M3 is expected to be released in 2020, a year after the latest Series 3 launch. The price is slightly more expensive than the current car, starting at around ₤ 62,000 euro range.